Huntsville Police looking for armed & dangerous man after fatal shooting at Morland Pointe

Warren Hardy (Photo: Huntsville Police)

Warren Hardy (Photo: Huntsville Police)

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Police say they are looking for a man they consider to be armed and dangerous after a fatal shooting at a neighborhood on Morland Pointe Friday evening.

Deputy Coroner Tyley Berryhill confirms to WHNT News 19 that Kathleen Lundy, 72, was shot at her home on Morland Pointe and her car was stolen Friday evening.

Police said Warren Hardy is the man they are looking for in connection to Lundy’s shooting death.

Hardy is 6’3″ and weighs 320 pounds. Police believe he may be diving a 2015 Lexus ES 350 sedan with the Retired Military Alabama tag “USA73.” It’s also possible is in a silver Suzuki SUV.

If you see him call 722-7100 or call 911. Do not approach him.

Police said Hardy was in a domestic violence situation with his girlfriend at the time of the shooting. They said the couple ended up in the Morland Pointe neighborhood while driving around.

Police tell us they do not believe the neighborhood is in danger.

Lundy’s neighbors tell us she was well-loved and active within her neighborhood and will be sorely missed.

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